The new law specifically protects religious opposition to same-sex marriage, extramarital sex and transgender people. Gov. Phil Bryant said it "merely reinforces" existing religious freedoms.
If the team beats Syracuse tonight, UConn could be the first women's basketball team in NCAA history to win four national titles in a row.
The NFL hopes to reach a broader audience, including those who don't have cable, while Twitter is looking to attract and keep new users.
Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson is resigning his post — but not his role as the head of his political party — after he and his wife were implicated by leaked financial data.
The revival of two forgotten music films — Heartworn Highways and A Poem is a Naked Person — documents the scene populated by Townes Van Zandt, David Allan Coe and Leon Russell.
Stuart Delery, acting associate attorney general, is resigning to explore options in the private sector. He leaves as the highest-ranking openly gay leader in the department's history.
The folk-rock band that brought the world "Ho Hey" releases a new album this week. Watch The Lumineers perform songs from Cleopatra starting at 1 p.m. ET.
It's degrading to the religious book to put it on the same level as the state flower and bird, says a Republican critic of the bill.